Android: Use ADB wirelessly via Wi-Fi

In this post you will learn how to connect Android Debug Bridge (ADB) wirelessly via Wi-Fi instead of using a USB-cable. Assumptions Your Android-device has a Wi-Fi connection; Your workstation has a TCP/IP connection which is routable to the Android-device; Your Android-device is connected with your workstation using a USB-cable; ADB is installed on your… Continue reading Android: Use ADB wirelessly via Wi-Fi

Tunnel vanaf het Internet naar een interne poort

Stel je hebt een device, bijvoorbeeld een ADSL-modem/router die je via een webinterface kunt configureren maar dit kan enkel via HTTP en niet HTTPS (dus geen versleutelde verbinding) en/of dit device is enkel te configureren vanaf het interne netwerk en niet vanaf de Internet-kant. Toch wil je vanaf een andere plaats op de wereld het… Continue reading Tunnel vanaf het Internet naar een interne poort

Cisco type 8 and 9 password hashes calculated using Java

In this article I will discuss three types of algorithms used by Cisco to calculate hashes from plain-text passwords, namely: Type 4, Type 5, Type 8 and Type 9. Back in the year 2013, the Type 4 algorithm was proven insecure because of an implementation error. The algorithm does not use PBKDF2 and does not… Continue reading Cisco type 8 and 9 password hashes calculated using Java

How to compile software for VU Plus (Vu+)

You would like to deviate from the beaten track and compile software for your VU Plus (VU+) yourself? Read this article! This article is also more or less applicable for building software for any other device runningĀ OpenVuPlus but is written with the VU+ Solo2 in mind. As computer for compiling the software, a Linux-desktop has… Continue reading How to compile software for VU Plus (Vu+)